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Bowl Records

Notre Dame Bowl Record

Won 13, Lost 9

Year     Bowl                      Opponent       W/L      Score
1925     Rose (Jan. 1, 1925)       Stanford       W        27-10
1970     Cotton (Jan. 1, 1970)     Texas          L        17-21
1971     Cotton (Jan. 1, 1971)     Texas          W        24-11
1973     Orange (Jan. 1, 1973)     Nebraska       L         6-40
1973     Sugar (Dec. 31, 1973)     Alabama        W        24-23
1975     Orange (Jan. 1, 1975)     Alabama        W        13-11
1976     Gator (Dec. 27, 1976)     Penn State     W        20- 9
1978     Cotton (Jan. 2, 1978)     Texas          W        38-10
1979     Cotton (Jan. 1, 1979)     Houston        W        35-34
1981     Sugar (Jan. 1, 1981)      Georgia        L        10-17
1983     Liberty (Dec. 29, 1983)   Boston Col     W        19-18
1984     Aloha (Dec. 29, 1984)     SMU            L        20-27
1988     Cotton (Jan. 1, 1988)     Texas A&M      L        10-35
1989     Fiesta (Jan. 2, 1989)     West Va        W        34-21
1990     Orange (Jan. 1, 1990)     Colorado       W        21-6
1991     Orange (Jan. 1, 1991)     Colorado       L         9-10
1992     Sugar (Jan. 1, 1992)      Florida        W        39-28
1993     Cotton (Jan. 1, 1993)     Texas A&M      W        28-3
1994     Cotton (Jan. 1, 1994)     Texas A&M      W        24-21
1995     Fiesta (Jan. 2, 1995)     Colorado       L        24-41
1996     Orange (Jan. 1, 1996)     Florida State  L        26-31
1997     Independance(Dec.28, 1997)LSU            L        9-27
All-Time Bowl Appearances
    School          No.  W-L
1.  Nebraska        28  (15-13)
2.  Alabama         26  (16-9-1)
3.  Penn State      25  (17-8)
4.  Michigan        24  (9-15)
    Ohio State      24  (9-15)
6.  Tennessee       22  (15-7)
7.  NOTRE DAME      21  (13-8)
    USC             21  (13-8)
    Texas           21  (7-14)
10. Brigham Young   20  (7-12-1)
    Georgia         20  (8-10-2)

Bowl Wins
    School          Wins
1.  Penn State      17
2.  Alabama         16
3.  Nebraska        15
    Tennessee       15
5.  Florida State   14
6.  NOTRE DAME      13
    USC             13
8.  Oklahoma        12
9.  Auburn          10
    Washington      10
11. Arizona State   9
    UCLA            9
    Michigan        9

Bowl Win Percentage
To be ranked, schools must have a minimum of 10 bowl appearances.
    School           Pct.    W-L
1.  Syracuse        .850     8-1-1
2.  Florida State   .763    14-4-1
3.  Arizona State   .750     9-3
4.  Tennessee       .682    15-7
5.  Penn State      .680    17-8            
6.  UCLA            .678     9-4-1
7.  Oklahoma        .658    12-6-1
8.  Alabama         .634    16-9-1
9.  Washington      .625    10-6
10. NOTRE DAME      .619    13-8

Bowl Summaries

1925 Rose Bowl
January 1, 1925
Notre Dame 27, Stanford 10

Notre Dame coach Knute Rockne and the famed Four Horsemen brought a perfect 9-0 record to the West Coast to take on coach Pop Warner and Ernie Nevers led Stanford. Notre Dame's victory earned the Irish their first-ever national championship and the first of three national crowns to come via bowl wins.

1970 Cotton Bowl
January 1, 1970
Texas 21, Notre Dame 17

Texas came in ranked first in both the Associated Press and United Press International polls with a perfect 10-0 record. Notre Dame stood eighth in the AP poll and ninth according to UPI with its 8-1-1 mark. Texas earned the national championship with its victory, but Notre Dame moved up to fifth in the final AP poll taken after the bowl games.

1971 Cotton Bowl
January 1, 1971
Notre Dame 24, Texas 11

Texas again came in ranked first in both the Associated Press and United Press International polls with a 10-0 mark and 30-game winning streak. Notre Dame stood 9-1 and was fifth in the UPI poll and sixth according to the AP. The Notre Dame victory dropped Texas to third in the final AP poll after the bowl games, while Notre Dame moved up to second behind Nebraska.

1973 Orange Bowl
January 1, 1973
Nebraska 40, Notre Dame 6

Nebraska came in with an 8-2-1 record, ranked ninth according to United Press International. Notre Dame, 8-2, came in ranked 12th in the UPI poll. The Nebraska victory vaulted the Huskers to fourth in the final AP poll after the bowls, while Notre Dame dropped to 14th.

1973 Sugar Bowl
December 31, 1973
Notre Dame 24, Alabama 23

Alabama came in ranked first in both the Associated Press and United Press International polls with an 11-0 record. Notre Dame came in ranked third according to AP and fourth in the UPI poll with a 10-0 record. The Notre Dame victory left the Irish first in the AP poll after the bowls, while Alabama dropped to fourth.

1975 Orange Bowl
January 1, 1975
Notre Dame 13, Alabama 11

Alabama came in ranked first in the United Press International poll and second in the Associated Press poll with its 11-0 record. Notre Dame came in standing eighth in the UPI poll and ninth according to AP with its 9-2 record. The Notre Dame victory left Notre Dame sixth and Alabama fifth in the AP poll after the bowls. UPI also took its final tabulation after the bowl games for the first time and rated Alabama second and Notre Dame fourth.

1976 Gator Bowl
December 27, 1976
Notre Dame 20, Penn State 9

Penn State came in tied for 20th in the polls with a 7-4 record. Notre Dame came in 13th in the United Press International poll and 15th in the Associated Press poll with an 8-3 record. The Notre Dame victory left the Irish 12th in both the final AP and UPI polls after the bowl games.

1978 Cotton Bowl
January 2, 1978
Notre Dame 38, Texas 10

Texas came in ranked first in both the Associated Press and United Press International polls with its perfect 11-0 record. Notre Dame came in ranked fifth by both AP and UPI with a 10-1 record. The Notre Dame victory elevated the Irish to first in both the AP and UPI polls taken after the bowls, while Texas dropped to fourth in AP and fifth in UPI.

1979 Cotton Bowl
January 1, 1979
Notre Dame 35, Houston 34

Houston came in ranked ninth according to the Associated Press and 11th according to United Press International with a 9-2 record. Notre Dame came in ranked ninth according to UPI and 10th according to AP with an 8-3 record. The Notre Dame victory left the Irish sixth in UPI and seventh in AP, while Houston dropped to 10th in AP and remained 11th in UPI.

1981 Sugar Bowl
January 1, 1981
Georgia 17, Notre Dame 10

Georgia came in ranked first in both the Associate Press and United Press International polls with a perfect 11-0 record. Notre Dame came in seventh in AP and eighth in UPI with a 9-1-1 record. The Georgia victory kept the Bulldogs first in both polls, while Notre Dame dropped to ninth in AP and 10th in UPI.

1983 Liberty Bowl
December 29, 1983
Notre Dame 19, Boston College 18

Boston College came in ranked 12th according to United Press International and 13th according to the Associated Press with a 9-2 record. Notre Dame came in unranked with a 6-5 record. The Notre Dame victory dropped the Eagles to 19th in AP and 20th in UPI, while Notre Dame remained unranked. The Irish, however, did finish 18th in the final New York Times computer rankings.

1984 Aloha Bowl
December 29, 1984
SMU 27, Notre Dame 20

SMU came in ranked 10th according to both the Associated Press and United Press International with a 9-2 record. Notre Dame came in ranked 17th by AP and 18th by UPI with a 7-4 record. The SMU victory boosted the Mustangs to eighth in both final wire service polls, while Notre Dame dropped out of both polls.

1988 Cotton Bowl
January 1, 1988
Texas A&M 35, Notre Dame 10

Texas A&M came in ranked 13th according to both the Associated Press and United Press International with a 9-2 record. Notre Dame came in ranked 12th by AP and 14th by UPI with an 8-3 record. The Texas A&M;victory boosted the Aggies to ninth in the final UPI polls and 10th according to AP. Notre Dame fell to 17th in the final AP poll and dropped out of the UPI rankings completely.

1989 Fiesta Bowl
January 2, 1989
Notre Dame 34, West Virginia 21

West Virginia came in ranked third according to both the Associated Press and United Press International with an 11-0 record. Notre Dame came in ranked first by both AP and UPI with an 11-0 record. The Notre Dame victory left the Irish atop both polls in the final rankings. West Virginia dropped to fifth in both final polls.

1990 Orange Bowl
January 1, 1990
Notre Dame 21, Colorado 6

Colorado came in ranked first in both the Associated Press and United Press International polls with its perfect 11-0 record. Notre Dame came in ranked fourth in both polls with an 11-1 record. The Notre Dame victory boosted the Irish to second in the final AP poll and third according to UPI. Colorado dropped to fourth in both polls.

1991 Orange Bowl
January 1, 1991
Colorado 10, Notre Dame 9

Colorado came in ranked first in both the Associated Press and United Press International polls with its 10-1-1 record. Notre Dame came in ranked fifth by AP and sixth by UPI with a 9-2 record. The Colorado victory left the Buffs first according to AP and second by UPI. Notre Dame finished sixth in both polls.

1992 Sugar Bowl
January 1, 1992
Notre Dame 39, Florida 28

Florida came in ranked third according to the Associated Press and fourth according to USA Today/CNN with a 10-1 record. Notre Dame came in ranked 18th in both polls with a 9-3 record. The Notre Dame victory left the Gators seventh according to AP and eighth by USA Today/CNN. The Irish finished 12th according to USA Today/CNN and 13th by AP.

1993 Cotton Bowl
January 1, 1993
Notre Dame 28, Texas A &M 3

Texas A & M came in ranked third by USA Today/CNN and fourth by the Associated Press with a 12-0 record. Notre Dame came in ranked fifth in both polls with a 9-1-1 mark. The Irish victory put them fourth in the final polls and placed the Aggies sixth according to USA Today/CNN and seventh by AP.

1994 Cotton Bowl
January 1, 1994
Notre Dame 24, Texas A &;M 21

Texas A & M came in ranked sixth by USA Today/CNN and seventh by the Associated Press with a 10-1 record. Notre Dame came in rated fourth by both Associated Press and USA Today/CNN with a 10-1 mark. The Notre Dame victory pushed the Irish to second in both polls. The Aggies dropped to eighth in both polls.

1995 Fiesta Bowl
January 2, 1995
Colorado 41, Notre Dame 24

Colorado came in ranked fourth by the Associated Press and fifth by USA Today/CNN with a 10-1 record. Notre Dame came in unranked with a 6-4-1 record. The Colorado victory left the Buffs third in both polls, while Notre Dame remained unranked.

1996 Orange Bowl
January 1, 1996
Florida State 31, Notre Dame 26

Florida State came in ranked eighth by both the Associated Press and USA Today/CNN with a 9-2 record. Notre Dame came in with a 9-2 mark and was ranked sixth by AP and ninth in USA Today/CNN. The victory by Florida State put the Seminoles fourth in the final AP poll and fifth in USA Today/CNN. Notre Dame finished 11th in AP and 13th in the USA Today/CNN.

1997 Independence Bowl
December 28, 1997
LSU 27, Notre Dame 9

LSU came in ranked 15th by both the Associated Press and USA Today/ESPN with an 8-3 record. Notre Dame came into the contest with a 7-5 mark and was unranked. The victory by LSU gave the Tigers a final ranking of 13th in both the AP and USA Today/ESPN poll.

Bowl Records

Individual

Rushing

Rushing Attempts: 28, Allen Pinkett (111 yards) vs. Boston College, '83 Liberty
Rushing Yards: 150, Jerome Bettis (16 attempts) vs. Florida, '92 Sugar
Rushing Yards Per Attempt (min. 10 attempts): 9.4, Jerome Bettis (16 for 150) vs.
Florida, '92 Sugar
Rushing Touchdowns: 3, Jerome Bettis vs. Florida, '92 Sugar
Longest Rush: 49, Jerome Bettis vs. Florida, '92 Sugar Passing Pass Attempts: 34, Joe Montana (completed 13) vs. Houston, '79 Cotton; Ron Powlus
(completed 18) vs. Colorado, '95 Fiesta
Pass Completions: 18, Ron Powlus (attempted 34) vs. Colorado, '95 Fiesta Completion Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .737, Rick Mirer (14 of 19) vs.
Florida, '92 Sugar Passing Yards: 259, Ron Powlus (18 of 34) vs. Colorado, '95 Fiesta Most Yards Per Attempt: 19.4, Tony Rice vs. West Virginia (11 for 213),
'89 Fiesta Bowl Most Yards Per Completion: 30.4, Tony Rice vs. West Virginia (7 for 213),
'89 Fiesta Bowl Passes Had Intercepted: 4, Joe Montana vs. Houston, '79 Cotton Touchdown Passes: 3, Ron Powlus vs. Colorado, '95 Fiesta; Thomas Krug vs.
Florida State, '96 Orange Receiving Pass Receptions: 7, Tony Smith (75 yards) vs. Florida, '92 Sugar Pass Reception Yards: 112, Tom Gatewood (6 receptions) vs. Texas, '70 Cotton Touchdown Receptions: 2, Derrick Mayes vs. Colorado, '95 Fiesta; Derrick Mayes vs. Florida State, '96 Orange Longest Pass: 60, Joe Theismann to Jim Yoder vs. Texas, '71 Cotton Total Offense Total Offense Attempts: 49, Ron Powlus (271 yards) vs. Colorado, '95 Fiesta Total Offense Yards: 288, Tony Rice (24 attempts) vs. West Virginia, '89 Fiesta Scoring Points: 18, Elmer Layden (3 TDs) vs. Stanford, '25 Rose; Vagas Ferguson (3 TDs) vs. Texas, '77 Cotton; Jerome Bettis (3TDs) vs. Florida, '92 Sugar; Bettis (3 TDs) vs. Texas A & M, '93 Cotton Touchdowns: 3, Elmer Layden vs. Stanford, '25 Rose; Vagas Ferguson vs. Texas, '77 Cotton; Jerome Bettis vs. Florida, '92 Sugar Bowl; Bettis vs. Texas A & M, '93 Cotton. Kicking Points: 9, Scott Cengia vs. LSU (3 FG's), '97 Independence Bowl 8, Dave Reeve vs. Penn State (2 FGs, 2 PATs), '76 Gator, vs. Texas (1 FG, 5 PATs), '78 Cotton; John Carney vs. SMU (2 FGs, 2 PATs), '84 Aloha Extra Points: 5, Dave Reeve vs. Texas, '78 Cotton Field Goals: 3, Scott Cengia vs. LSU (3 FG's); 2, Dave Reeve vs. Penn State, '76 Gator; John Carney vs. SMU '84 Aloha '84 Aloha Longest Field Goal: 51, John Carney vs. SMU, '84 Aloha Defense Mst Unassisted Tackles: 18, Rod Smith vs. Florida, '92 Sugar Most Assisted Tackles: 9, Jay Case vs. Houston, '79 Cotton Most Total Tackles: 18, Rod Smith vs. Florida, '92 Sugar Interceptions Interceptions: 2, Elmer Layden (148 yards) vs. Stanford, '25 Rose Interception Yards: 148, Elmer Layden (2 returns) vs. Stanford, '25 Rose Longest Interception: 78, Elmer Layden vs. Stanford, '25 Rose Punt Returns Punt Returns: 4, Dave Waymer (15 yards) vs. Houston, '79 Cotton; Joe Howard (42 yards) vs SMU, '84 Aloha; Raghib Ismail (68 yards) vs. Colorado, '91 Orange Punt Return Yards: 68, Raghib Ismail (4 returns) vs. Colorado, '91 Orange Longest Punt Return: 33, Steve Cichy (1 return) vs. Houston, '79 Cotton Kickoff Returns Kickoff Returns: 6, Tim Brown (129 yards) vs. Texas A&M, '88 Cotton Kickoff Return Yards: 144, Clint Johnson (5 returns) vs. Florida, '92 Sugar Longest Kickoff Return: 93, Al Hunter vs. Alabama, '73 Sugar Punting Punts: 8, Jim Yoder (366 yards) vs. Texas, '71 Cotton Punting Average: 48.5, Elmer Layden vs. Stanford, '25 Rose Longest Punt: 80, Elmer Layden vs. Stanford, '25 Rose Career Rushing Rushing Attempts: 52, Allen Pinkett (247 yards) in '83 Liberty, '84 Aloha Rushing Yards: 252, Jerome Bettis (39 attempts) in '91 Orange, '92 Sugar, '93 Cotton Rushing Yards Per Attempt (min. 20 attempts): 4.5, Tony Rice (28 for 128) in '88 Cotton, '89 Fiesta, '90 Orange Rushing Touchdowns: 5, Jerome Bettis in '91 Orange, '92 Sugar, '93 Cotton Passing Pass Attempts: 66, Rick Mirer (completed 35) in '91 Orange, '92 Sugar, '93 Cotton Pass Completions: 35, Rick Mirer (attempted 66) in '91 Orange, '92 Sugar, '93 Cotton Completion Percentage (min. 20 attempts): .605, Joe Theismann (26 of 43) in '70 Cotton, 71 Cotton Passing Yards: 414, Rick Mirer (35 of 66) in '91 Orange, '92 Sugar, '93 Cotton Passes Had Intercepted: 5, Joe Montana in '78 Cotton, '79 Cotton Touchdown Passes: 4, Rick Mirer in '91 Orange, '92 Sugar, '93 Cotton Receiving Pass Receptions: 12, Derrick Mayes (216 yards) in '93 Cotton, '94 Cotton, '95 Fiesta, '96 Orange Pass Reception Yards: 155, Tom Gatewood (8 receptions) in '70 Cotton, '71 Cotton Touchdown Receptions: 4, Derrick Mayes in '93 Cotton, '94 Cotton, '95 Fiesta, '96 Orange Total Offense Total Offense Attempts: 91, Rick Mirer (437 yards) in '91 Orange, '92 Sugar,'93 Cotton Total Offense Yards: 477, Joe Theismann (72 attempts) in '70 Cotton, '71 Cotton Scoring Points: 36, Jerome Bettis (6 TDs) in '92 Sugar, '93 Cotton Touchdowns: 6, Jerome Bettis in '91 Orange, '92 Sugar, '93 Cotton Kicking Points: 20, Scott Cengia (5 FGs 5 PATs) in '95 Fiesta, '96 Orange, '97 Independence; 17, Dave Reeve (3 FGs, 8 PATs) in '75 Orange, '76 Gator, '78 Cotton Extra Points: 11, Dave Reeve in '75 Orange, '76 Gator, '78 Cotton Field Goals: 5, Scott Cengia Dave Reeve in '75 Orange, '76 Gator, '78 Cotton Returns Interceptions: 2, Elmer Layden (148 yards) in '25 Rose; Reggie Barnett (10 yards) in '73 Orange, '73 Sugar, '75 Orange; Pat Terrell (0 yards) in '88 Cotton, '89 Fiesta, '90 Orange Interception Yards: 148, Elmer Layden (2 returns) in '25 Rose Punt Returns: 4, Dave Waymer (15 yards) in '76 Gator, '78 Cotton, '79 Cotton; Joe Howard (42 yards) in '83 Liberty, '84 Aloha; Raghib Ismail (68 yards) in '91 Orange Punt Return Yards: 68, Raghib Ismail (4 returns) in '91 Orange Kickoff Returns: 8, Tim Brown (217 yards) in '84 Aloha, '88 Cotton; Clint Johnson (203 yards) in '92 Sugar, '94 Cotton Kickoff Return Yards: 217, Tim Brown (8 returns) in '84 Aloha, '88 Cotton Punting Punts: 12, Craig Hentrich (509 yards) in '90 Orange, '91 Orange, '92 Sugar, '93 Cotton Punting Average: 48.5, Elmer Layden in '25 Rose Opponent Individual Rushing Rushing Attempts: 36, Herschel Walker (150 yards), Georgia, '81 Sugar Rushing Yards: 164, Eddie Phillips (23 attempts), Texas, '71 Cotton Rushing Yards Per Attempt (min. 10 attempts)-7.8, Eddie Phillips (23 for 164), Texas, '71 Cotton Rushing Touchdowns: 3, Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska, '73 Orange; Rashaan Salaam, Colorado, '95 Fiesta Longest Rush: 43, Steve Worster, Texas, '70 Cotton Passing Pass Attempts: 58, Shane Matthews (completed 28), Florida, '92 Sugar Pass Completions: 28, Shane Matthews (attempted 58), Florida, '92 Sugar Completion Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .684, David Humm (13 of 19), Nebraska, '73 Orange Passing Yards: 370, Shane Matthews (28 of 58), Florida, '92 Sugar Passes Had Intercepted: 3, Randy McEachern, Texas, '78 Cotton Touchdown Passes: 4, Danny Kanell, Florida State, '96 Orange Receiving Pass Reception: 8, Willie Jackson (148 yards), Florida, '92 Sugar Pass Reception Yards: 148, Willie Jackson (8 receptions), Florida, '92 Sugar Touchdown Receptions: 3, Andre Cooper, Florida State, '96 Orange Longest Pass: 52, Johnny Rodgers to Frosty Anderson, Nebraska, '73 Orange Total Offense Total Offense Attempts: 65, Shane Matthews (397 yards), Florida, '92 Sugar Total Offense Yards: 397, Shane Matthews (65 attempts), Florida, '92 Sugar Scoring Points: 24, Johnny Rodgers (4 TDs), Nebraska, '73 Orange Touchdowns: 4, Johnny Rodgers, Nebraska, '73 Orange Kicking Points: 16, Arden Czyzewski (5 FGs, 1 PAT), Florida, '92 Sugar Extra Points: 5, Neil Voskeritchian, Colorado, '95 Fiesta Field Goals: 5, Arden Czyzewski, Florida, '92 Sugar Longest Field Goal: 47, Brandy Brownlee, SMU, '84 Aloha Interceptions Interceptions: 2, Scott Woerner (19 yards), Georgia, '81 Sugar; Greg Thomas (23 yards), Colorado, '91 Orange Interception Yards: 25, Kenny Hatfield (1 return), Houston, '79 Cotton Longest Interception: 25, Kenny Hatfield, Houston, '79 Cotton Punt Returns Punt Returns: 5, Willie Shelby (34 yards), Alabama, '75 Orange Punt Return Yards: 52, Dee Feaster, Florida State, '96 Orange Longest Punt Return: 41, Dee Feaster, Florida State, '96 Orange Kickoff Returns Kickoff Returns: 6, Eugene Napoleon, West Virginia, '89 Fiesta Kickoff Return Yards: 107, Eugene Napoleon, West Virginia, '89 Fiesta Longest Kickoff Return: 35, Cobby Morrison, SMU, '84 Aloha; Dave McCloughan, Colorado, '91 Orange Punting Punts: 11, Mark Malkiewicz (424 yards), Georgia, '81 Sugar Punting Average: 46.3, Greg Gantt (6 for 278), Alabama, '73 Sugar Longest Punt: 69, Greg Gantt, Alabama, '73 Sugar Team First Downs: 28 vs. Texas A & M, '93 Cotton Rushing Attempts: 66 vs. Alabama (185 yards), '75 Orange Rushing Yards: 290 vs. Texas A & M (64 attempts), '93 Sugar Pass Attempts: 37 vs. Houston (completed 13), '79 Cotton Pass Completions: 18 vs. Colorado (attempted 35), '95 Fiesta Completion Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .737 vs. Florida (14 of 19), '92 Sugar Passing Yards: 259 vs. Colorado (18 of 35), '95 Fiesta Passes Had Intercepted: 4 vs. Houston, '79 Cotton Touchdown Passes: 3 vs. Colorado, '95 Fiesta; Florida State, '96 Orange. Total Offense Attempts: 85 vs. Texas (399 yards), '78 Cotton Total Offense Yards: 455 vs. West Virginia (70 attempts), '89 Fiesta Fumbles Lost: 3 vs. Alabama, '73 Sugar; vs. Houston, '79 Cotton Total Turnovers: 7 vs. Houston (4 interceptions, 3 fumbles), '79 Cotton Opponent Team First Downs: 30 by Nebraska, '73 Orange Rushing Attempts: 67 by Texas (331 yards), '70 Cotton Rushing Yards: 331 by Texas (67 yards), '70 Cotton Pass Attempts: 58 by Florida (completed 28), '92 Sugar Pass Completions: 28 by Florida (completed 58), '92 Sugar Completion Percentage (min. 10 attempts): .706 by Stanford (12 of 17), '25 Rose Passing Yards: 370 by Florida (28 of 58), '92 Sugar Passes Had Intercepted: 5 by Stanford, '25 Rose Touchdown Passes: 4 by Florida State, '96 Orange Total Offense Attempts: 91 by Florida (511 yards), '92 Sugar Total Offense Yards: 560 by Nebraska (90 attempts), '73 Orange Fumbles Lost: 5 by Texas, '71 Cotton Total Turnovers: 8 by Stanford (5 interceptions, 3 fumbles), '25 Rose

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September 24
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Duke
Notre Dame, Ind.
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NBC
Game Week Central
October 1
12:00 PM
Syracuse
East Rutherford, N.J.(MetLife Stadium)

ABC, ESPN or ESPN2
Game Week Central
October 8
TBA
North Carolina State
Raleigh, N.C.

TBA
October 15
7:30 PM
Stanford
Notre Dame, Ind.

NBC
October 29
3:30 PM
Miami
Notre Dame, Ind.

NBC
November 5
11:30 AM
Navy
Jacksonville, Fla.(EverBank Field)

CBS
November 12
2:30 PM
Army
San Antonio, Texas(Alamodome)

NBC
November 19
3:30 PM
Virginia Tech
Notre Dame, Ind.

NBC
November 26
TBA
USC
Los Angeles, Calif.

TBA
September 2
TBA
Temple
Notre Dame, Ind.
September 9
TBA
Georgia
Notre Dame, Ind.

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